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jahlen131157dOr maybe ISO 8601.
Fast-Nop16140157dYYYY-MM-DD works also when the sorting just treats it as string.
Fuck ISO, the day-night cycle and seasons, they're so Earth-centric.
Unix timestamps are better. Sortable and consistent with SI. Break up timestamps into blocks of 5, and you have 27.7h "days". That's almost 4 free hours per day!
Your scrum sprint is now one megasecond, you can go for a kilosecond break, or work for two myriaseconds per hectokilosecond day.
Ximidar1137157d02OCT2019 is my favorite format. Easy to read and no one is ever confused
muhwyndham75156dI find myself more into dd/MM/yyyy
bittersweet35067156dOK I lied, uinx timestamps are really not ideal.
Best would of course be if we added 400 gigaseconds to the 64-bit unix timestamp, as in 40-15473-18966.
That way, the max of the right-most block is approximately a day, the middle block counts sprints, seasons, cycles, lifephases and 317-year eras, and the leftmost parts signifies 3170 year ages and counts all the way back to the start of humanity. 400 trillion seconds (12k years) ago we were pretty much monkeys anyway.
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